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Old 11-10-2013, 01:17 PM   #1
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Antifreeze for 95 GT 5.0

My low coolant light is on. What kind of antifreeze is the best for my Stang? Thanks!
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I but the premixed kind do you have a small leak
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Old 11-10-2013, 06:25 PM   #3
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Good old fashion green antifreeze like prestone...do not buy pre mix...your paying for them to add water...lol hence you only get half the antifreeze for $2 dollar savings...
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True but I keep that one in my trunk I have a very slow leak I have not been able to find
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Are you seeing any puddles on the ground? Sometimes antifreeze can "run" so if you find the leak, you can atleast trace it back. I had a rear main seal leak on my old Jeep, took forever to find because it was trickling down and hitting the drive shaft, spraying fluid everywhere so made it tough to find.
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Are you seeing any puddles on the ground? Sometimes antifreeze can "run" so if you find the leak, you can atleast trace it back. I had a rear main seal leak on my old Jeep, took forever to find because it was trickling down and hitting the drive shaft, spraying fluid everywhere so made it tough to find.
It's right up front by the plastic tank and the radiator I have read the plastic tanks go bad sometime and it's always a real small puddle it is also only some times
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Yea I've heard those tanks can go bad - not a bad idea to check it.
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Yea I've heard those tanks can go bad - not a bad idea to check it.
I might buy the aluminum one from am and replace al the hoses to it here soon
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